Development of Evaluation Method for Eco Medicine Based Upon Cutting-edge Nanobiotechnology
There is an accelerating global trend of R&D utilizing cutting-edge nanotechnology of both drugs and medical devices. Our research takes a holistic perspective to objectively evaluate the effect of the commercialization of such innovation on the medical and social system, including national medical expenditure. As the foundation we analyze the cost efficiency of these products utilizing nanotechnology, in terms of health economics. Then their systemic impact will be explored including the direct reduction of medical costs; the number of consultation and hospitalization period; efficiency of health care productivity. The scope of the research will also explicitly assess the effect on productivity; environmental impact; job creation; to provide the broader societal context / dynamics.
Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Science
The University of Tokyo
|Specialty||Life-science/Pharma business, Medical business administration|
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